Scoil: Balla (C.)

Suíomh:
Balla, Co. Mhaigh Eo
Múinteoir:
Katie M. Walker

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Ar an leathanach seo

(ar lean ón leathanach roimhe)

drink water some people say that it is a sign of fine weather. This was told to me by.
Mr Walshe,
Cross-Roads,
Balla,
Co Mayo.

When the sky is blue the weather will be fine and if the sky is dark or gloomy it is a sign of rain. When the sky is wild and when there are very dark clouds in the sky it is a sign of thunder and lightening. This was told to me by. Mr Stephens.
Rathduff.
Balla.
Co. Mayo.

If mountains appear near it is a sign of rain and if there is a fog in the evening there will be rain in the morning. When there are a great many flies it is also a sign of rain. When smoke goes up straight from a chimney or from a train it is a sign of fine weather also. If there is a blue light in the fire it is a sign of rain. When a person hears the wild geese it is a sign of snow.

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